Di Canio was left unimpressed by the Three Lions at Wembley.
“It's a lot of talented players stuck together, but they have no identity, no movement, no invention, no courage to make a searching pass, it's just not in their DNA.
“When the central midfielders can't play, they need Stones or someone to play their way out from the back. He's no Bonucci, but he has to try. It's not just the players, but the coach has to tell them they are making the wrong runs at the wrong time."
Di Canio also questioned Kane's attitude.
“I've been saying for the last three months of the Premier League season, and let it be known I adore Kane, that I didn't like his attitude.
“He doesn't put heart into it, he doesn't chase players down. We all know he wants to leave Tottenham, but that attitude has continued on into the Euros. I think it's more a mental issue than a physical one, he's out of steam."